Capital Projects

Total 8 Posts

Hear Councilmember Cyndi Nguyen's Plan to Revitalize the East

New Orleans City Council District "E" Representative Cyndi Nguyen called into the Kaare Johnson Show to discuss a $3.2 plan to re-open Lincoln Beach "the way it needs to."

City Partners with SOUL to Plant More Trees

DPW has partnered with SOUL and P&P on planting 66 trees on South Galvez Street., 138 trees on Newton Street, five trees on Royal Street and five on Burgundy Street.

Pontilly Neighborhood Stormwater Network Complete

The nearly $15.5M Hazard Mitigation Grant-funded project is already reducing flood risk and beautifying green spaces in the Pontchartrain Park and Gentilly Woods neighborhoods.

City Announces Publication of the Advanced Broadband and Smart City RFP

The City today announced the publication of the Advanced Broadband and Smart City RFP. With this RFP, the City is seeking proposals to deliver broadband connectivity and a host of Smart City solutions that will improve City services, improve quality of life, promote economic development and bridge the digital divide.

Mayor's Office of Community Assets and Investment Announces New Deputy Director

The Mayor's Office of Community Assets and Investment today announced that Sydney Shivers will be joining as the office's new Deputy Director, beginning next week. "Sydney's work demonstrates a strong commitment to equity and a passion for working with stakeholders to develop and implement policy solutions to combat our City's

100 Homeowners Have Received Stormwater Management Improvements

The City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority (NORA) today announce a major milestone of completing 100 projects in the Community Adaptation Program (CAP), which provides an opportunity for homeowners to retrofit their properties with residential-scale stormwater management improvements. The $5 million CAP, which is managed by

City Starts Construction of $4.31M Desire Florida Project

Mayor LaToya Cantrell today joined other officials and community leaders to break ground on the $4.31 million Desire Florida Multi-Service Center in District D. “Efficiently and effectively spending federal funding on projects like the Desire Florida Multi-Service Center perfectly illustrates how we can be good stewards of the funding
You've successfully subscribed to NOLA Today
Great! Next, complete checkout for full access to NOLA Today
Welcome back! You've successfully signed in.
Unable to sign you in. Please try again.
Success! Your account is fully activated, you now have access to all content.
Error! Stripe checkout failed.
Success! Your billing info is updated.
Error! Billing info update failed.